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The Little Big Things: 163 Ways to Pursue Excellence [Tapa dura]

Tom Peters

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very helpful and very useful with one caveat... 17 de noviembre de 2010
Por Stan Dubin - Publicado en
Formato:Tapa dura|Compra verificada por Amazon
I've been listening to Tom's "The Little Big Things" and reading along on the Kindle version. Tom likes to zero in on simple ideas that can have a powerful impact on the success of a business (small, medium or large). This is a really healthy approach to helping businesses succeed. Folks like to read, absorb and apply...not spend all kinds of time trying to understand graphs, analyses, and information presented all-too-often intended to impress than to assist. So Tom scores very big points throughout in getting us immediately useable information.

There is one item I strongly disagree with in the book. Tom says:

"I argue here and elsewhere that the *only* effective source of innovation is pissed-off people! Hence, bite your tongue and cherish such misfits!" (the word *only* was in italics presumably for emphasis)

I'm sure some points of innovation come from pissed-off people, and I imagine Tom has considerably more examples of this than I do. But I'm also sure superb innovation has come from those not pissed-off at all. This I've seen with my own eyeballs on quite a few occasions. And sometimes these pissed-off misfits are just that: pissed-off misfits with no innovation whatsoever in their space. Quite the contrary, some are involved with undoing innovation, creativity and productivity. So I'm not on the look-out for pissed-off misfits nor should you be. Be on the look-out for innovation in whatever form it presents itself. Then check it out, test it out and use it liberally when you see it gets the desired results.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 538 pages of incoherent rant 17 de marzo de 2010
Por Jeffrey Myers - Publicado en
Formato:Tapa dura|Compra verificada por Amazon
I've never seen so many font sizes, exclamation points and redundancy in one book. There is nothing new here, and what IS here is so mercilessly pounded on that you would have to be severely ADHD to get anything out of it. A typical paragraph: "Communicate. Communicate. Communicate. Communicate. Communicate. Communicate. Communicate. Communicate." (I wish I was exaggerating).

I made it to page 85 before swearing I would never read another Tom Peters book as long as I live. The thought of trying to make it through the remaining 453 pages made me want to pull my eyeballs out. The Little Big Things becomes the fourth book I've ever ordered from Amazon that I am returning, and the second this week. Must be a bad week for business books.

You're better off buying a used copy of The Search for Excellence, even though many of the companies featured in that book have been out of business so long that under-40 readers won't have ever heard of them.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Will Last A Lifetime. 13 de marzo de 2010
Por T SANTOSO - Publicado en
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I have been in Tom Peters' camp for 20+ years, buying all of his books, visiting his website religiously, buying the books he recommend, downloading his youtube files, watching his DVD, and learning form him more than from anyone else. He is The Guru of Gurus. I have always looked forward to his books, I bought them all, I read them all. I bought more than 20 copies of Re-Imagine to give to friends.

This book is in the same vein as his previous books, which is always crunchy, fun to read, fresh, and enlighting. Most are his regular materials, packed into one book. The chapters are made for easier search: Crisis, Opportunity, Resilience, Connection, Attitude, Performance, Work, Initiative, Leadership, Networking, Talent, Innovation, Learning, Design, WOW, and so on........ A Huge 500+ pages of stuffs that will en-light and shine on your days. This is some sort of "reference book" that you can pick and read for 10 minutes or an hour or a whole weekend every now and then.

"Business Motivation" is what this is all about, It's the little BIG things THAT MATTER. One Chapter or even one "cut" is worth reading and thinking and considering (There are 163 ways to pursue Excellence, as the subtitle said). If you have ever downloaded Tom Peters' Powerpoint Master Files, you know this is it, the complete set, sorta His Legacy. This is not a "One Big Idea" that change the world, but a bunch of small things that will make us all better business persons.

For the new readers who have never known Tom, this is a huge book with 163 ideas, jammed into one, that will last forever. Most will love it, some will hate it. Tom always thinks that being loved and being hated is much better than being ignored! (He matters.) Give it a try, you might get hooked.

I graduated from University of Chicago MBA, have started and succeeded in more than ten new start-ups, and am doing lots of public seminars nowadays. I know that I owe a lot to Tom of the way I am now. He is the mentor I have not met yet. Thank You Tom.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Quick and very practical ways to stand out 23 de julio de 2010
Por Nancy Loderick - Publicado en
Formato:Tapa dura
As I started reading this book, I was disappointed. I didn't like the short, choppy parts. Nor did I like the multiple fonts. The book didn't seem to flow.

Then I thought back on Tom Peters' introduction. He says that this book is written in a blogging style and isn't meant to be read like a regular book. He also says that he doesn't expect all his items to resonate with the reader. He wishes us to pick up a few.

Halfway through the book, I `got it' and started enjoying the lists.

The mark of a true visionary author is if he:

**makes the reader stop and think
**gives practical and very doable advice.

Tom Peters succeeded with both of these.

Some of the "little big things" that I particularly enjoyed:

#36 - Call, don't email, 25-20 people in the next 5 days to thank them for all their help. Make a point to do this a few times a year.
#68 - Just say yes!
#115 - Ask and then ask again.

While there is nothing new or earth shattering in this book, it's a good read to help stimulate actionable ideas.
9 de 12 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An Exuberant Body of Work! 23 de marzo de 2010
Por El J - Publicado en
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What's a Little BIG Thing? "A compelling nugget of a life experience that is representative of a BIG and Potent Idea." - Tom Peters

I used to think Lists were Dullsville but Little BIG Things read like an action thriller! That's not an easy thing to do with 500 pages of robust tips. Three things you might find interesting:

1. I approached the book from different angles to see how the reading experience would hold up: 1. Reading page by page in a linear fashion; 2. Random page reading; 3. Pages chosen from the Table of Contents that were relevant to something I'm working on; 4. Pages chosen from the Index that seemed totally irrelevant to things I'm working on. In each case I found myself getting actionable, novel tips in less than 30 seconds that I could start running with.

2. Tom's speaking and writing voice is humorous, provocative, and deep-to-the-core insightful. The book is the same. It's a refreshing combination of aspiration and perspiration. It's not a "normal" book. It's derived from a blog which means, thankfully, the structure doesn't follow a tidy plotline. For me, as a learner, the exuberant layout gave me easy access to 163 Ways to Pursue Excellence without needing a nap after!

3. Little BIG Things is packed with credible, curated content. If you've been reading Tom's blog over the years, you'll get a great refresher on core content. The book also includes the 19 Es of Excellence and 7 Special Sections: Guru Gaffes, The Recession 46, The "Equations", You, Me, & Charlie Wilson's War, Quotations 34, Top 50 "Have-Yous", and The Heart of Business Strategy. Enjoy!
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